Pansion Lombrelle

Trg 1 Maja, br1, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

Have no fear, come have a beer!

A travel blog entry by dionneb


... a flicker in Leo's eyes at the border crossing, contemplating taking out another border agent I plead with him to be careful. These guys look serious. Like take out a gun and shoot you serious. And it would be such a hassle to get his body home. After driving in circles (yes even with my iPad as a make shift GPS we drove in circles), we finally find our hotel. Large and in charge Marge (i.e., my name for the woman at the hotel) sheparded a group of ...

Bosnia & Herzegovina - Mostar

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... the bridge the town completely changed - everything well renovated, giving to the buildings more historical look, further there were the cobblestones everywhere (that day it was raining again which was fatal for Gonzalo who just cannot walk on the shiny floor that becomes very slippery after rain).

The Old Bridge was originally built by the Turks in 1566, it was destroyed in 1993, but rebuilt in 2004. The bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

First of all, ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... Stari Most.

The bridge had graced the city since it was built by the Ottomans in the 15th Century and was a symbol of Bosnia's cultural diversity, something that clearly was forgotten during the war. After the bridge was destroyed it basically divided the town’s banks and ethnicity. Muslims to the North of the river and Croats to the South and anyone that crossed into the enemy territory would be given a beating at best, or worst, would not be seen again. ...

One Bridge, Many Lives

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


... in from Croatia in forms of tourist. It's an easy 4 hour bus ride from Dubrovnik, Croatia so many day trips are offered.

It was very hard to leave at the end, but we knew it was time. The hardest issue was the idea of getting on a bus for 14 hours to get to Belgrade and then onto Niš. There was no way around it. We have done bus rides like this many times before...and we will most likely be doing them again. Adventures await.

Molim, Mortars, and Mostar

A travel blog entry by cannesorbust


Where to begin, again. I'm writing this on my last full day here in Mostar and I can honestly say its been the highlight of this trip thus far. Lets begin. Took the bus from Split to Mostar. It was an hour late and took longer than expected. Total travel time was supposed to be 3.5 hours, this took around 7 total. At the border crossing, things got a little weird. The driver came through and collected all the passports. When he got to our row, the friends I made on the bus ...


TripAdvisor Reviews Pansion Lombrelle Mostar

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding